August 2010 / Bott Radio Network Co-Sponsors an Evening of Worship with the Isaacs, Saturday, August 28th
The Isaacs, are the multi-award winning family Christian group with a distinctive style that blends tight, family harmony with contemporary acoustic instrumentation. Their musical influences emerge from all genres of music including bluegrass, rhythm and blues, folk, country, contemporary acoustic and southern gospel. They perform frequently at the Grand Ole Opry, and are active members on the Gaither Homecoming Videos and Concert Series. Many Bott Radio Network listeners from Iowa and Nebraska attended the concert held in Aurora, Nebraska.
Five hundred people enjoyed the sweet harmonies of the Isaacs in Aurora, Nebraska, Saturday, August 28th.
Rebecca Isaacs, (left) the youngest sister, sings and plays guitar at the Aurora concert co-sponsored by BRN. Sonya Isaacs (right) is newly married and is the middle daughter and mandolin player/ vocalist for the Isaacs.
Ben Isaacs, (the oldest brother) sings and plays upright bass on stage in Aurora, Nebraska. Ben arranges many of the Isaacs songs' and is their sound technician on tour. Ben and his wife Melinda and their three children, Jacob, Cameron, & Kyra, make their home in Hendersonville, Tennessee.
(L to R) Isaacs Vocalists: (1) Sonya Isaacs (2) Rebecca Isaacs Bowman (3) Tom Millett, BRN Nebraska Manager (4) Lily Isaacs. Lily Isaacs is the matriarch of the Isaacs. She was born in Germany after World War II to two Jewish Holocaust survivors and moved to the United States when she was 2 years old. She grew up in the Bronx, New York studying theatre and performing on Off Broadway. She gave her life to Christ in 1971 when a death in the family brought her and patriarch, Joe Isaacs, to church for the first time. That night, they began singing Christian music and laid the foundation upon which the Isaacs ministry has been built.
(L to R) Isaacs vocalists: (left) Sonya (middle) Rebecca Isaacs Bowman (right) Ben Isaacs. Ben, Sonya and Rebecca Isaacs all sing and play different instruments.